Monthly Round-Up: April 2021

It must be spring: I read more this month! At least that’s what it felt like. Maybe it’s because I got my second vaccine (yay!) and I’m feeling hope (even though cases are rising here, again). Maybe it’s just because the weather warmed up. Whatever the reason, I’m glad I’m finding joy in books again.

My favorite this month:

I love Jenny Lawson’s writing: it’s hilarous and honest and just a lot of fun. Highly recommend this one on audio, especially.

And the rest:

Non-fiction

Dying of Whiteness
Why Peacocks?
On Juneteenth

YA

Cemetery Boys
Elatose

Adult Fiction

People We Meet on Vacation
Parable of the Sower
Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency

What were your favorites this month?

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